Skate Park: Danny and the Supreme Ultimate Mega Champion of the Entire Universe

The annual skate boarding competition comes to the park, this is Danny’s chance to shine and especially impress Lucy with his awesome boarding skills and his awesome hair. But tragedy befalls Danny at the competition and he must learn to live with a new champion of the park and an unexpected one at that. More

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About J.J. Wright

J.J. Wright was born in Leicester Leicestershire in 1982. Although raised in Hampshire he is proud of his Leicester routes and is a lifelong fan of Leicester Tigers rugby union team. He was educated in Farnborough Hampshire before going to university in Lancashire and studying management. Currently living in Oxfordshire. As well as writing his hobbies include motorsport and photography.

J.J. has been writing since he was 17 years old and has recently signed with Half a Cup of Coffee, a new publishing community which specialises in helping to develop exciting new writing talent.

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About the Series: Skate Park
A series of short books about a skate park filled with kids who have nowhere else to go, having formed a supportive family of friends. The park is run down and neglected with the local council looking to close it. New to the park is Lucy, a shy girl who is made anxious by anything. Her arrival creates upset in the balance of the park, most notable with Danny. Danny is brimming over with awesomeness (so he claims) and has great hair (again his claim). Danny loves to ride his skate board and generally show off. Another show off in the park is Max, Danny’s little brother who craves his attention. To get this Max will do whatever crazy scheme pops into his head. Danny often shakes his head in disbelief at Max whilst Victoria shakes her head in disbelief at everybody. Victoria sits alone on her bench reading book after book, she would prefer to be reading in her room but her parents keep forcing her to ‘have fun’ and ‘make friends’ which she hates, so as a form of protest she takes her text books down to the park and reads. We follow their adventures in trying to make friends, save their park and grow up as slowly as possible.

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